Highlights from the Event

gOD-Talk, a program spearheaded by the National Museum of African American History and Culture’s Center for the Study of African American Religious Life, delves into the relationship of millennials to religion and spirituality. This month, “gOD-Talk 2.0: Digital #BlackFaith” will be an intergenerational discussion about Black religion in the digital age and will feature a number of panelists including:


  • Rev. Melva Sampson, Ph.D., assistant Professor at Wake Forest School of Divinity and Curator of Pink Robe Chronicles
  • Angelica Lindsey-Ali, also known as “Village Auntie, wellness coach and host of “Lights On” podcast
  • OSHUN, hip-hop artists
  • Jynnette Lewis, oracle and spiritual life coach
  • Tina Lifford, actress and CEO of Inner Fitness
  • Carrie Kholi-Murchison, Ph.D., director of People and Culture at Whole30
  •  Jibreel Salaam, host and producer of “Young & Muslim Podcast” 
  • Mandisa Thomas, founder and president of Black Nonbelievers Inc.
  • Kiana Coxresearch associate at Pew Research Center 
  • Rabbi Sandra Lawson, associate chaplain for Jewish Life at Elon University
  • Rev. Erika Gault, Ph.D., assistant professor at the University of Arizona 
  • Willie Moore Jr., host of the “Willie Moore Jr. Show”
  • Krystal Lee, co-host of the “Willie Moore Jr. Show”
  • Teddy R. Reeves, M.Div.museum specialist of religion at NMAAHC


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